- FCC SNIFFS MERGER, TURNS UP NOSE, EATS ANYWAY. Rohde, David // Network World;06/26/2000, Vol. 17 Issue 26, p43
Discusses factors that influenced the United States Federal Communications Commission's (FCC) approval of the merger between Bell Atlantic and GTE. Wording of merger conditions that make them easy to comply with; Requirement for GTE to sell its Genuity Internet business; Negotiation of a...
- Bell Atlantic, GTE try to resolve merger conflict. Rohde, David // Network World;12/20/99, Vol. 16 Issue 51, p25
Focuses on the proposals of Bell Atlantic and GTE to resolve the biggest legal hurdle in the way of their merger. Problem over long-distance authority; Filing of two documents with the United States Federal Communications Commission listing three proposals; Bell's placement of GTE...
- Genuity spinoff potential stumbling block. Rohde, David // Network World;06/12/2000, Vol. 17 Issue 24, p14
Focuses on United States Federal Communications Commission's examination of the transcontinental merger of local telecommunication firms, Bell Atlantic and GTE. Inadequacy of plans for the spinoff of Genuity; Government agency's approval of AT&T's purchase of MediaOne; Hurdles faced by other...
- Stirring the industry pot. McElligott, Tim // Telephony;01/03/2000, Vol. 238 Issue 1, p10
Deals with the reaction of companies in the long-distance telecommunications industry to the approval by the United States Federal Communications Commission to allow Bell Atlantic company to operate in New York. Significance of the decision in the development of a competitive market; Review on...
- Storm clouds for telco mergers? Quinton, Brian // Telephony;12/21/98, Vol. 235 Issue 25, p6
Details the hearing being conducted by the United States Federal Communications Commission on the regional Bell operating company mergers. Effort of the commission to determine on whether the mergers will benefit the average American consumers; Approval of the SBC/Ameritech merger.
- FCC gives Bell Atlantic OK to go Hollywood. Wharton, Dennis // Variety;1/16/95, Vol. 357 Issue 11, p33
Reports on the decision of the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to grant Bell Atlantic the right to own programming over `video dialtone' (VDT) phone lines. Approval for a VDT experiment; Court decisions that influenced FCC decisions; Congress' efforts to rewrite the 1934...
- Sprint asks FCC to nix merger. Schmelling, Sarah // Telephony;11/30/98, Vol. 235 Issue 22, p10
Focuses on the request by Sprint Corp. from the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to deny the merger of Bell Atlantic Corp. and GTE Corp. Reasons cited by Sprint for preventing the merger; Comments from Sprint Vice President of External Affairs John Hoffman.
- And then there were two... // America's Network;07/15/2000, Vol. 104 Issue 11, p17
Focuses on the approval of the merger plan between Bell Atlantic and GTE by the United States Federal Communications Commission (FCC). Number of fixed lines to be managed by the merged companies; Conditions set by the FCC.
- FCC requests more video data. McCarthy, Shira // Telephony;12/19/94, Vol. 227 Issue 25, p1
Reports on the United States Federal Communications Commission's request to Bell Atlantic Corp., Nynex Corp., Pacific Telesis Group and GTE Corp. for detailed financial information about their video dial tone plans. Request for projections of the number of homes passed and the number of...